1. When it comes to ensuring privacy, the trust gap between Europe and the US seems to be forever widening.

Here is the latest: link.


2. In Germany, which is growing increasingly eminent in the EU, things are less rosy with local politics.

Read more, here.


3. The noose is tightening for Greece. It looks less and less likely that it can pull itself out of debt.

Read the latest here.


4. After Amanda Knox’s recent exoneration from being wrongly convicted by an Italian court, she seems to want to strongly stand by all who wear her shoes.

Read more about her strongly worded support, here.

Here’s another interesting article about the Knox fiasco : link.


5. Relations between mainland China and Hongkong seem to be getting more strained by the hour.

Read the newest, here.


6. After the purported Chinese aggression that has been on display in the Asia-pacific region, leaders from China, Japan and South Korea meet for a first in three years.

Read more here.


7. With the current standard of education in India in a slump when compared to international standards, it’s becoming more and more necessary to bring reform:

Read about a move towards that end, here.


8. After the debacle that the completely uncalled for Republican obstructionism created on the Iran nuclear deal, here’s the latest on what’s going on on that front: 

Read more here.


9. A de jure human rights movement has long been going on in radicalism plagued Afghanistan. An Afghan woman is the newest to join the informal advocacy.

Read more, here.


10. In what can be seen as a major coup, ISIS has suffered a significant blow in the killing of one of its top leaders.

Read more, here.



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